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briefing

[′brē·fiŋ]
(meteorology)

briefing

i. Oral commentary on existing and/or expected meteorological conditions (ICAO).
ii. A detailed instruction on the tasks to be performed during the sortie or mission. It is a prerequisite for a mission involving more than one aircraft. A debriefing is conducted at the end of the sortie or mission.
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Choose "Flight Planning & Briefing" from the top bar and it opens a default domestic (ICAO is also supported) flight plan form from which the briefing will be built.
(40.) Killion, supra note 11, at 9-10 (advocating for dialectic approach in reply briefing).
PML-N Senator Pervaiz Rasheed, commenting on General Bajwa's briefing to the Senate, said that 'both sides' talked 'very openly', asked questions, and presented their stance.
"The best part about the briefing was that a state institution believes it is answerable to the public's elected representatives, and it responded to the questions that public representatives asked," he added."This is a good precedent in Pakistan, and it will reaffirm public's belief in democracy," the senator said.
It is not clear why Trump has chosen not to follow in their footsteps when it comes to intelligence briefings.
Are the parties likely to seek extensions of their own briefing schedules, thereby extending the amicus briefing schedule, or is the briefing going to occur on a regular or expedited basis?
That America watched me sweating through those briefings was my own fault--I was the knucklehead who let the cameras into the briefing in the first place.
In North Carolina, more than 250 National Guard participants joined two DAV briefings. In Arkansas, the National Guard members are routinely briefed when they return from deployment.
And I'm not even gonna mention the fact--well, dang it, yes I am gonna mention it: Flying without briefing, especially when something as high-risk as ACM is involved, is just plain unprofessional.
Team briefing originated in the 1960s when companies developed briefing groups which cascaded information through the organisation.
The Austin Chronicle reported that the briefing cost half a million dollars, but it's unclear who picked up the tab.
White House officials canceled an invitation-only briefing for Catholics after discovering that a conservative publication and its affiliated think tank linked attendance at the event with a fundraiser.